Originally scheduled for release on the Amiga in 1994/95 (along with the PC version), but was cancelled presumably because of the decline of the Amiga market. The rights for an Amiga release were secured by Epic Interactive in 1999.
 Requirements: AGA or gfx card, 68030+ or PPC (including Pegasos, RTG only), 16Mb ram, OS 3.x/MorphOS, 4xCDROM drive.
 Game contains speech in English with German, Italian and French subtitles. However, support for the French language requires installation of the update patch (see below).
 SIMON THE SORCERER V1.1 (Update Patch) is available from an outdated version of the publisher's website [courtesy of the Internet Archive].
The patch aims to optimise gameplay, provide extra features and solve certain compatibility issues. It contains executables for (a) AGA/RTG, (b) RTG only with 68040+ optimisation, and (c) RTG only with PPC/WarpUP optimisation.
Last known release: V1.1 (07-Mar-02)
TRIVIA: The game title was inspired by the first book, "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", of C.S. Lewis' series of children's novels, "The Chronicles of Narnia".